Castillo San Felipe del Morro

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At this centuries-old fort, there is a lighthouse where witnesses have heard footsteps and moans and have seen hovering yellow orbs. The apparitions of soldiers also have been reported.

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501 Calle Norzagary
San Juan, PR

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18.4709349, -66.12350630000003

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  1. This defended the entrance to San Juan harbor from the likes of English pirates in the 16th century through American warships in 1899. Built into the cliff face the photo’s do not do justice to how this climbs the cliff from almost the waterline to the peak.

    I’ve been there twice, during daylight hours and it is amazing but could easily be creepy after dark.

    One other story is that one of the barbettes-those little bellt shaped chambers built on the walls-designed to be a guard post but offering shelterto the lookouts from inclement weather, was said to be haunted. That men would sometimes disappear in the middle of the night. Legends were spread among the garrison that it was a portal to hell and the devil himself had carried off the men.

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